Over the years our senses are decreasing more and more, especially if we do not have a very caring life. In general,when you are older you may have Deafness hearing problems, although although this type of condition does not question age, sex, race or social status, you may be affected by how healthy you look.
If you are a person who currently has hearing problems we will recommend a remedy that will help you to solve it, has as its main ingredient the garlic and we will teach you to prepare it.
REMEDY TO SAY GOODBYE TO DEAFNESS
-3 garlic cloves
-Cotton or gaza
Peel and wash the garlic, then crush very well and pour a little oil to forget to extract all possible liquid.
Now, pour the extracted liquid into a dropper and let stand a whole day to get a better effect.
Apply 2 to 3 drops in each ear and cover with cotton or gauze. You will notice that you are gradually regaining your hearing.
RECOMMENDATIONS TO REDUCE DEAFNESS
Decreasing salt reduces salt intake helps improve hearing. Salt causes the body to retain fluid, which inflames the functional organs of the ear. Canned soups and other processed foods often contain large amounts of salt; Read the labels.
Avoid cold drafts.
Try to avoid situations that expose you to loud noises.
Invest in a pair of ear protectors. When you can lawn, work or play in an environment of machinery and other noises, use covered ear protectors, in the form of a cup, these are acquired in many centers of household articles also there are earplugs, Buy them at pharmacies.
Using plugs if needed at present, rock concerts (and some home stereos) have an exaggeratedly high volume capacity. Smart rockers, whether musicians or spectators, know that good earplugs are mandatory when it comes to concerts, if the volume of music is so loud that you can hear it with plugs, do not take it off.
It is important that you pay attention to the measures of prevention of the deafness, since none of us is exempt of that happens to us. Share this post to reach many more people!
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